Along the two years of the project different international work teams ‘STEM Teams’ have been formed with students of the partner centres (2, 3 or 4 countries have participated in them depending on the nature of the project and the chosen language to carry out the work). Each international team has developed a research project following the project-based learning methodology.
The stages of a project based on this methodology are the following ones:
Winter is time for citrus fruits. It’s time to eat oranges. Did you know that Extremadura contributes to the production of this product in Spain?
Winter is coming and you want to take a hot, steaming soup to warm your body, right? But … Would it be possible to heat your soup without a gas or electric stove?
Fall is the time of year when most people catch a cold. Every doctor’s advice is to drink large amounts of liquids, especially hot drinks such as tea.
Why do mountaineers say that their tea is never as tasty as when it is prepared at home? Why can bottled tea be used as an additional source of light (like a torch)?
Have you ever wondered how long basic foods like milk and bread last?
Investigate how kitchen technology has changed from the point of view of storage, preservation and food preparation.
Can you imagine what it would be like to have no refrigerator, electric or gas stove, or any of the appliances you use every day?
A lot of drinks and food are made with yeast. Which on? According to what process, what biological principle and in what phy s i c a l and chemical conditions?
Throughout the world, milk is processed with microorganisms to obtain various foods. In what biological and physical- chemical conditions can milk be transformed?
Vitamin C, which is very useful for our body, is present in numerous foods, especially fruits and vegetables such as cabbage.
People eat bread all over the world. Why are some of them flat while the others are well inflated? and why do they have a different flavour?
Use the energy of the sun to heat a tasty delicacy with a simple solar oven!
Throughout history there have been many inventions that have been emerging around the kitchen. Their purpose is to ease the work, …
Do you know what a timeline is? A timeline is a type of graphic organizer that serves to show a sequence of events ordered over a period of time, using a scale that can go from minutes to millions of years.
We will create a timeline of the main kitchen inventions from the industrial revolution up to the present time.
In the last few years, especially, the properties of (1) the chemical composition, (2) the most common uses of the E compounds in foods have increased.
Can 2 students from each country choose 3 foods that you usually ate in your country? Can you create a collaborative poster that represents the 12 foods along with the information of its 2 properties?